Game’s latest album, 1992, garnered a lot mention and headlines as he’s been beefing with Meek Mill and Beanie Sigel. It didn’t help his sales for his latest project as much as one would think, but still debuted at a reasonable number on the charts.

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According to Billboard, 1992 debuted at No. 4 on this week’s Billboard 200 chart. This marks The Game’s ninth top 10 album with 32,000 units earned, 25,000 being traditional sales. Definitely nowhere near what he’s used to when you talk about his previous efforts – The Documentary 2 debuted at No. 2 last year, earning 95,000 units, The R.E.D. Album took the No. 1 slot in 2011, LAX got to No. 2 in 2008, Doctor’s Advocate reached No. 1 in 2006; and his classic The Documentary debuted at No. 1 in 2005.

Still, his numbers could go up in the coming weeks after more promotion and the album being out and what not.